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After Traffic Up 50% at National Journal for Jan-May, June Boasts Highest Traffic of 2014 - Posted July 2, 2014
June marked the highest traffic month of 2014 for National Journal, garnering more than 3.3 million monthly unique visits to the site, the same month the magazine debuted its ... [FishbowlDC]

National Journal Adds Five Writers in Advance of June Issue Redesign - Posted May 8, 2014
Today, National Journal welcomed several new writers and contributors in advance of its June magazine redesign to include Nora Caplan-Bricker, Michelle Cottle... [FishbowlDC]

Ex-Politico Scribe to Blog on Blago - Posted June 3, 2010
An update on Daniel Libit, ex-Politico reporter who took off for the Windy City late last year: Libit has joined with the Chicago News Cooperative, where starting today he will be blogging regularly on the Rod Blagojevich trial for CNC's new blog "Dateline: Chicago." The scribe writes in his first Blago post: "He... [FishbowlDC]

Libit Bids Farewell to Colleagues at Local 16 - Posted January 25, 2010
Politico reporters came together Saturday night at Local 16 to say goodbye to colleague Daniel Libit. A wonderful sendoff, we're sure. But a note to Politico partygoers: Politico reporter ... [FishbowlDC]

The One Man Newswire Makes News - Posted December 14, 2009
If you haven't received an email from Daniel Lippman, consider yourself unlucky or perfect. The sophomore at GWU, part-time FishbowlDC contributor and full-time freebie copy editor for Washington media types made headlines today in a piece by Politico's ... [FishbowlDC]

Inmates Have Taken Over the Asylum, or, the Commentocracy 2.0 - Posted July 24, 2008
Looks like "commenters" are the new "future of newspapers," as far as storylines are concerned. They're the new summer trend piece, along with locally grown food and Barack Obama. To that end, we bring you the latest f... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Inmates Have Taken Over the Asylum, or, the Commentocracy 2.0 - Posted July 24, 2008
Looks like "commenters" are the new "future of newspapers," as far as storylines are concerned. They're the new summer trend piece, along with locally grown food and Barack Obama. To that end, we bring you the latest f... [FishbowlNY]

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